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10 Facts About The Zika Virus Disease

You may have heard recently about the spread of mosquito-borne viruses quickly spreading around the world. At this time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is experimenting with collecting more information about the spread of prevention in the laboratory, and understanding the link between ZiKa and other related disability. Read on to learn how to prevent infection, avoid traveling anywhere this summer, and what the symptoms are if you are already infected!


Which areas are affected? Puerto Rico, Brazil and Colombia have many of the confirmed cases of arboviruses, which are continuing to spread rapidly in climate similarities. The areas that have been affected recently in the United States are California, Florida, New York, and Texas. The mosquitoes that carry the virus, Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, are both well-known tropical, subtropical, temperate regions within the breeding, and some can even survive at a lower temperature. But most of the time by those who have recently been affected by this mosquito-borne viral field.

How to Prevent Bite: We recommend wearing long-sleeved clothes and trousers just as you can when you spend time outside. Another great tip to stay away from these toxic mosquitoes is to keep air-conditioned buildings with screened windows and doors and let them out! In addition, be sure to re-apply mosquito repellent throughout the day in accordance with the instructions (preferably with DEET), the water to kill mosquito larvae, in sex when using condoms empty, and also to ensure that mosquito nets to sleep.

Consultation for pregnant women: If women are infected with a virus while pregnant, they may also transmit the virus along their own belly to the baby. This carrier - borne virus was originally found in 1947 in Uganda in Forests. However, humans were infected with this virus for the first time, but it was not until the year 1952 that the virus was widely spread around the world. It is noteworthy in tropical Africa, Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands, and Brazil.

How does it spread? The ZIKA virus can be contracted by the mosquito Aedes mosquito name, blood transfusion, laboratory exposure, and sexual intercourse with a person who has been infected. It is a kind of yellow virus disease to the West Nile, yellow fever, dengue virus, and the genus of other viruses (Zika virus) is very similar.

What are the symptoms? Once infected with this virus, it may take several days to a week to notice their own health changes. You may experience symptoms such as rash, arthralgia, fever, redness, and some may even suffer from headaches and muscle soreness. Symptomatic patients vary from patient to patient, and some may even not show symptoms. The virus can remain in the blood for a week and in some cases; symptoms persist for a long time, but this mild sign can be difficult to say if you have even infected.Though already had cause death to contract the virus, In rare cases, you should explore the time or the cautious side of the beautiful outdoor this summer.

Can you infect more than onceHere are some good news for those who have been infected: If you are already infected with a virus and have dealt with any potential ZIKA virus infection after you correctly will be blocked.

So how can you do that? If an infected man has had sex with a woman, it is he who can not only spread the virus to the woman, but also her belly to the baby. The baby was born as a result of this virus threat, since the virus since the newborn baby is also at the birth of the so-called microcephaly is extremely brain neurasthenic lack of risk. According to the CDC, "Microcephaly is a congenital defect in which a baby's head is small compared to babies of the same age and gender when it is more than expected, and deformed babies tend not to develop correctly the smaller brain."

What happens if you are pregnant and are infected? The CDC does not know quite the exact odds that pregnant women will be at this time of birth. However, it is clear that the relationship between pregnant women and infants born with viral infection in borne Zikar virus brain tissue and microcephaly is clear. There are now more studies on curing this area as well as other birth defects associated with this deformity such as ocular damage, hearing loss, and problems associated with growth and development.

So if you are infected and want to have a baby? If you are not already pregnant, infected with this virus, as long as the infection treatment, removal from the blood of normal, will not affect the future pregnancy. If you want to know if a vaccination has not yet been formulated, it is still working but the vaccine's hope should not prevent you from protecting yourself during this period!

What to do if you feel you may be infected: Protocols, if you are infected with this virus is as soon as possible to visit the general practitioner to exclude any other vector born virus such as dengue, make sure you get enough money to rest, take the fever deceleration, Such as acetaminophen, to maintain moisture, practice safe behavior to prevent further spread. It may be advisable not to take any anti-inflammatory drugs because you can make a negative response and cause visceral bleeding if you suffer from other ZIKA viruses. Doctors will do a series of blood and urine tests to determine if there is no virus, check to make sure you do not have any other people. Safely travel and take care of yourself there!

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